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Digital Navigators: Connect to Opportunity

Through its leadership of the Digital US Coalition, a collective impact effort focused on digital equity, the EdTech Center identified in 2018 the need for and worked with partners nationally to develop just-in-time supports to help them secure affordable internet access and/or devices and learn to use them to help meet their goals. With the…

Transforming Education in Cocoa Communities (TRECC) – Cocoa Life

Using education as a stimulus, World Education strives to facilitate positive, sustainable change in Cote d'Ivoire's cocoa growing regions. Working through Mondelez International’s Cocoa Life Initiative to empower communities, WEI supported education activities in cocoa farming communities including, functional literacy for women, kindergarten teacher training, and supporting communities to put in place and manage school canteens….

Project of Access to Quality Education (Projet d’Accès à l’Education de Qualité – PAEQ)

In Cote d’Ivoire, the Project of Access to Quality Education (Projet d’Accès à l’Education de Qualité – PAEQ) improved the quality education in the country’s cocoa growing regions. Through the project, World Education increased community involvement in schools and improved the quality of teaching within schools. World Education partnered with the Ministry of Education, local cocoa cooperatives,…

Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline

Through World Education’s management of the Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline, we support adults in advancing their personal, career, and educational goals by connecting them with adult education classes and programs in their communities. The Hotline provides information to adult learners and volunteers about adult basic education (reading, writing, and math), English for Speakers of Other…

Career and Technical Education CoLab

Completion rates are low, overall, for postsecondary career and technical education (CTE) in the United States and even lower for students of color, who have long faced challenges accessing and completing high-quality credit-bearing CTE programs that meet their needs. During the COVID-19 pandemic these challenges have intensified as colleges shifted to remote CTE instruction.  Although…

College and Career Navigator Training

World Education's National College Transition Network (NCTN) is a nationally-recognized leader in developing the role of college and career navigators and career coaches and programming that foster student persistence and success. Hundreds of frontline staff and administrators in adult education, postsecondary education and workforce developmentprograms have particiated in our our face-to-face and online training programs. The…

Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center Workplace Education Program

Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center employees developed their English literacy and communication skills in work-based English classes in a program called English for Seaport Team Members, a five-year partnership between World Education and Boston's Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center (Seaport). Seaport employees built English, teamwork, cultural awareness, and digital literacy skills while studying workplace-related…

National Immigration Forum E-Learning Strategy & Implementation

Since December 2018, the EdTech Center has provided technical assistance to the National Immigration Forum on their English at Work initiative (formerly the Skills and Opportunity for the New American Workforce) to develop, test, and scale new delivery models that would support anytime, anywhere mobile learning, making it possible to reach more immigrant working adults….

College Success for Single Mothers

Single mothers make up an increasing part of the postsecondary student population in the United States. Their educational success has the potential to reap intergenerational benefits, forging a path for economic mobility and success for their families. College Success for Single Mothers is a three-year project (2020-2022) of the National College Transition Network (NCTN) funded by ECMC Foundation….

Remote ESOL Project

This project responds to a growing demand by immigrant adults for remote English learning opportunities by documenting and disseminating promising, technology-enabled, remote ESL practices for program design, instruction, and support services. It has identified key considerations for policy and scaling in anticipation of comprehensive immigration reform that is likely to include a language requirement for citizenship….

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